Planning for a funeral is not a new concept it is has been happening since the Victorian times however now with such a variety of options planning is key to having your wishes heard.
Funeral directors are often finding themselves in the difficult position where there are open disagreements between family members as to what mum, dad, brother, sister wanted for their funeral… and then, who is going to pay for it! You can include if you wish personal requests, for example what choice of music, hymns or readings are to be included in the service, and if you wish for donations to charity
We are acting agents for Co-Op Funeral care, they have over 100 years of experience in arranging funerals. They also offer numerous payment plans and if you choose to pay in instalments between 2-25 years, your plan will include the Co-op Commitment. This means if you pass away after the first 12 months of your plan, but before all your instalments have been paid, Co-Op will still deliver all the services provided in your plan, with no more for your family to pay. Co-Op is the only funeral care provider to do this. There is also NO medical required.
No matter what your estate requirements we are sure we can assist you. Whether your situation is straight forward or your estate is more in-depth we will have something to help give you piece of mind.
Lasting Power of Attorney
In the unfortunate circumstance that you are incapable of managing your own affairs, financial or personal healthcare matters a Lasting Power of Attorney can help loved ones to act upon your wishes.
When you lose a loved one it is a difficult time, especially when you are also given the task of probate and administering their estate. We are here to help assist you through this challenging time.
Office: 01482 274546
110, 1st Floor, Norwich House,
Savile Street, Hull, HU1 3ES